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Windows WMIC (Windows Management Interface Command) Tutorial with Examples

WMIC or Windows Management Interface Command is a simple command line tool used to issue WMI commands. WMI command generally used to query all of the system related information like Computer Name, BIOS Serial Number, Mac Address etc. Batch WMIC WMIC provides two type of usage. Batch usage is the most popular where we can issue WMI commands into MS-DOS or PowerShell like below.

Interactive WMIC Command Line WMIC also...

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How To Check Windows Service Status With Get-Service Command In Powershell

Service are one of the most important part of the operating systems. There are different tools and commands to list these services. Powershell provides Get-Service commandlet in order to list these services and filter them acording to the provided filter. List All Services We will start with a simple use case where we will list all services without providing an options to the Get-Service command. This will list currently existing service with...

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Linux Systemctl Service Management Tutorial

Hi, today we will learn managing Linux services with systemd or systemctl. While Linux kernel booting, it loads drivers, mount file systems, starting memory management, creating system calls etc. But after that what? Linux starts an init process to create further system and user services and processes. To manage system services we need a tool which is generally systemd. With this tools we can set a services status, see it.Also...

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How To Start, Stop and Get Status of Linux Service With Systemd?

Services are all over the Linux world. Enterprise Linux world turn over services. There are different tools to manage Linux services like Sys-V, upstart, systemd etc. Systemd is gaining popularity in recent times. Fedora, CentOs, RedHat uses systemd for a long time. Ubuntu started to use systemd too. Here we will look into basics of the service management with systemd. List Installed Services Linux operating systems like Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian...

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